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"Arthur’s journey (or better put adventure) began when he was the wee age of 9 months. It was one of those scenarios where we as parents knew something was amiss but he didn’t quite know the what and we certainly didn’t know the how. Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired help us identify the what and the how.
When someone hands you a roadmap after feeling so lost and uncertain, there’s really no words that articulate all of the feelings. That was Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired for us.
Arthur is now 5 and we are over the moon with the progress that’s been made in since a relatively short amount of time. Art enjoys sneaking apples and bananas off of our kitchen countertop. He also does an impressive Travis Kelce impression, running with his football around our house. And when he is not in school, Arthur is inquiring about his teachers and therapy team. It’s so sweet and as a parent makes me happy to know Art has another family who genuinely cares for him.
So when the Trolley Run comes around, we say yes. It’s an honor for our family to participate in Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired Trolley Run. It’s an opportunity for us to give back, it’s an opportunity for us to rally together with our CCVI families. We would not want to be anywhere else."
-Bess, Arthur's Mother